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We are proud to announce that The Three Waiters will soon perform its 10,000th show! Having performed in 77 countries across the globe The Three Waiters is the world’s most successful singing waiters act – and the original act of its kind in the UK

It has been an amazing ride since our first performance in 1997 in Australia when The Three Waiters introduced a new and exciting genre into the corporate, wedding and private event market internationally. Never before had an act been seen like this before – combining, through an intricately designed and scripted show, talented vocalists masquerading as waiters, chefs and venue managers before culminating to perform a world-class cabaret.

How The Show Works

By the time the guests arrive, the three performers are already prepared. Wearing the venue uniform and looking exactly like all the other waiting staff, they will greet your guests on arrival, perhaps offering them a pre -dinner drink if appropriate. At no time will your guests know that these are actors, not waiters. This is the core of the ‘hoax’.

Alfredo is the Banquet Manager. He is of Italian decent, well mannered, experienced and a very meticulous service professional and dressed impeccably in his own black ‘Armani’ suit. There also happens to be an average waiter, Jean- Marc, of French decent. He is dressed exactly like the other staff and is a very charming and understated character. The third ‘British’ waiter is also dressed exactly like the other wait staff from the venue.

During First Course

There are two short ‘house keeping’ announcements (about one minute duration) made by the Banquet Manager leading up to the commencement of the actual show.

Announcement #1 - During the first course (or thereabouts).
Announcement #2 – Just before or as the main course is laid

The Show Commences!

Once the main course has been served and drinks been topped up, the ‘French’ performer makes his way to the stage and proceeds to sing. Alfredo, the Banquet Manager is subsequently not very happy with his employee.

The plot thickens as both ‘banquet manager’ and ‘waiter’ challenge each other's vocal abilities.

As the audience becomes involved as they agree to sing something together, an unannounced surprise bursts onto the scene. He's British. The show evolves into a dynamic vocal trio and together, through a variety of popular classics and humorous banter the show culminates in a dynamic performance à la The Three Tenors. Only at the finale are their true identities revealed.

Please note that much of the show is performed amongst the audience. For the safety of your guests and the venue staff, it is important that all waiter service ceases during the performance.

Line-up & Booking Info

Three Male Waiters (Opera Singers)

Performance Length

1 x 30 Minutes


We are so appreciative of all the arrangements made and the distance travelled to facilitate our requests and also the incredible patience shown in accommodation, various security measures associated with access to the site. We received excellent feedback from all our guests. The Three Waiters certainly made a significant contribution to the overall success of the evening.

Brigit McKeever
Hospitality Manager
The Department of The Prime Minister & Cabinet

The Three Waiters have been utilised by myself for several of our company functions. Their presence, performance and professional attitude has always enhanced each and every occasion.
Thank you for making me look good.

Christine Budd
Marketing Co-Ordinator, Mercedes Benz

"To have so many friends together & to be able to treat them to your brilliant voices was a joy. We all went home with happy hearts, a spring in our step & your voices in our ears!"

Elizabeth V (on the occasion of her 70th birthday

"We have had several Doctors asking how we are ever going to top your act at next year's dinner and at the moment I have no answer!"

Cassandra Smith, Astra Tech


Artiste Set List

La Donna e Mobile by Verdi from the Opera “Rigoletto”

Torreador from The George Bizet Opera ‘Carmen’

Tonight by Sondheim from the Broadway Show “West Side Story”

That’’s Amore popular European cultural song

Nessun Dorma by Puccini from the Opera “Turandot””

It’s Now or Never popular European cultural song

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